Jordon Dizon was expected to have a huge senior season after being selected second team all-state and his league's MVP as a junior. That has not been the case. After rushing for 520 yards and seven touchdowns in his team's two pre-season games, things got bad. He has now missed the whole season with an injury. There are still a couple of schools showing Dizon a lot of interest and he is pretty sure of when he will visit CU."> Jordon Dizon was expected to have a huge senior season after being selected second team all-state and his league's MVP as a junior. That has not been the case. After rushing for 520 yards and seven touchdowns in his team's two pre-season games, things got bad. He has now missed the whole season with an injury. There are still a couple of schools showing Dizon a lot of interest and he is pretty sure of when he will visit CU.">

CU Commit Sitting Out His Senior Season

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=617042">Jordon Dizon</a> was expected to have a huge senior season after being selected second team all-state and his league's MVP as a junior. That has not been the case. After rushing for 520 yards and seven touchdowns in his team's two pre-season games, things got bad. He has now missed the whole season with an injury. There are still a couple of schools showing Dizon a lot of interest and he is pretty sure of when he will visit CU.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 210
40 time: 4.5
From: Kauai, Hawaii
High School: Waimea

"I will probably be there for the Missouri game. Coach Cabral called me today and told me not to worry too much about the injuries. I guess I have the same injury as the running back there now who is sitting out(Bobby Purify)."

That injury is a high ankle sprain and Jordon says that it is torn almost completely across. He had injured it right before his first game and then sat out for three weeks. When he attempted to play last game it happened again.

"I tried to get into the game last week and I probably wan't ready to so I re-injured it and it was even worse this time."

With Dizon out Waimea has still been able to pull together for a 4-2 record and will start the playoffs soon.

Jordon re-iterated that Colorado has recruited him at tailback. He says that he is open to other positions though, including linebacker, but he hasn't played there since he was a sophomore.

Northwestern and Tennessee are still actively pursuing him with a ton of mail.

He will make the trek to Boulder with his Mother and we will catch up with him afterwards to see how it went.


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